Without the support of our program and funding partners, USAHello would not reach and impact hundreds of thousands of people every year.
UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, is a global organization dedicated to saving lives, protecting rights and building a better future for refugees, forcibly displaced communities and stateless people. USAHello partnered with UNHCR to create FindHello, a hybrid app created to connect newcomers to appropriate services and resources in the USA.
The Carey Institute for Global Good is building a strong, educated and just society through a focus on dialogue, community and capacity-building. Carey’s Center for Learning in Practice houses USAHello’s Educating Refugee and Immigrant Students course for teachers. The Center for Learning in Practice also provides its expertise support to keep the course relevant and up to date.
Translators without Borders (TWB) is a non-profit organization offering language and translation support for humanitarian and development agencies, and other non-profit organizations on a global scale. Together with our own volunteers, TWB’s dedicated team of translators around the world make it possible for USAHello to offer high-quality translations of its resources in Spanish, Arabic, French, Chinese and other languages.
Learnship has helped more than 3 million people learn English by providing personalized and adaptive online English training. To show support for newcomers in the USA, Learnship donates general English or business English courses (with a value of $840 per year per student) to 1,000 students per year who register through USAHello.
Refugee Council USA promotes efforts to protect and welcome refugees, asylees, asylum seekers, and other forcibly displaced populations. As a coalition of 26 US-based non-governmental organizations, RCUSA represents a diverse group of non-profits who advocate for and with refugees. USAHello is proud to be one of those organizations.
Roshan Learning Center serves more than 200 Afghan, Iranian and other asylum seekers and refugees in Jakarta, Indonesia, provide education to children while empowering adults through English classes and other adult education. USAHello is proud that Roshan students use our GED® classes, online and offline, to prepare to take the GED® test.
Impulso Educativo strengthens education, culture and opportunity by offering adult education and work skills training to individuals, local authorities, and employers in Mexico and to employers of refugees and immigrants in California. USAHello partnered with Impulso Educativo to offer its online classroom to employers who want to provide multilingual GED® classes for their workers.
Community Supported Film (CSFilm) trains women and men in under-represented and misrepresented communities to communicate their issues through filmmaking. USAHello has partnered with CSFilm to showcase New Immigrant and Refugee Visions, a series of short documentaries by new immigrants and refugees in the USA.
The Rockefeller Family Fund initiates, cultivates, and funds strategic efforts to promote a sustainable, just, free, and participatory society.
Since 1911, the Carnegie Corporation of New York has invested in knowledge that inspires informed action in democracy, education, and international peace.
The Rockefeller Brothers Fund advances social change that contributes to a more just, sustainable, and peaceful world.
Upwork’s “Work Together” talent grants assist projects mitigating COVID-19’s devastating impact on individuals, communities and economies everywhere.
The Dollar General Literacy Foundation has awarded more than $182 million to support literacy and learning, enabling millions of people to achieve their goals.
The Oregon Community Foundation works alongside donors to support diverse communities and create lasting, transformative change.
The State of Montana promotes economic development, education, and health and supports organizations that help communities to thrive.